`A wise debut' Observer
`A hugely impressive debut' Stella Duffy
`Beautifully written' Hannah Beckerman
`A really accomplished debut' Red Magazine
On a hot October day in a London park, Stella sits in her red wedding dress opposite John. Pregnant and lost in thoughts of the future, she has no idea that lying in the grass, a stone's throw away, is a man called Charlie. From this moment, Stella and Charlie's lives are bound together in ways they could never imagine. But all they have is a shared glance and a feeling: have we met before?
Entanglement is a bewitching novel of love and sacrifice which explore show our choices can reverberate across the generations, and the sparks of hope they can ignite.
Katy Mahood was born in 1978 and studied at Edinburgh and Oxford Universities. After a brief career in publishing, she has since worked in marketing, most recently for the cancer charity Maggie's. She has contributed to a number of publications on architecture and health and writes a blog which features occasional poetry and short fiction. She lives in Bristol with her husband and two children. Entanglement is her first novel.